Wing: Israel Folau, Australia
One of only two Wallabies to make their way into the team this week is Israel Folau, who yet managed to show some glimpses of his pacy offence despite finishing on the losing team against England.
The full-back stood out at Twickenham and it was Folau's 107 metres made from 16 carries that put Matt Toomua in for his score in particular.
Inside Centre: Francis Saili, New Zealand
In just his second New Zealand appearance, Francis Saili was one of those to get on the score sheet against their Japanese hosts and star as part of a makeshift centre partnership.
The Blues youngster's 12 tackles were the highest of any All Blacks back.
Outside Centre: Tevita Kuridrani, Australia
Just about outdoing Ben Smith and Australia compatriot Matt Toomua, it was Tevita Kuridrani's efforts on the ball that stood out more this weekend, helping to propel the Wallabies into having even a chance of toppling their English hosts.
Two defenders beaten off the 22 metres made with ball in hand don't quite sum up Kuridrani's day, where he time and again tested Lancaster's defence with some dazzling runs.
Wing: Charles Piutau, New Zealand
The only player to score twice against Japan, Charles Piutau provided a welcome distraction from the absence of Julian Savea and Ben Smith on the wings.
Finishing what scraps were fed to him, there just wasn't a sufficient challenge against the All Blacks flyer, who thrived on the gulf in between the two sides at Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium.
Full-back: Mike Brown, England
Stuart Barnes gave his man-of-the-match award to England's Mike Brown and rightly so after the Harlequin utility showed no fear against Australia, running for an incredible 125 metres against McKenzie's men.
Marland Yarde benefited massively from Brown's help over on the left wing and the fact that he made a huge 17 runs show just how involved Brown was in the clash.